Music: Mr. Insull's Figures

Samuel Insull, to whom are the light, the power and the opera of Chicago, last week announced how much he and Mrs. Insull and their friends would have to pay out for the Chicago Civic Opera's 1930 season—$588,528.26, greatest deficit in eight years, $30,192.26 more than last year. But Mr. Insull was not downhearted. The season, he said, had been "memorably and more than usually brilliant because the performances were given in the new Civic Opera House built especially for the company."

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